Republic of Congo shuts telecoms networks amid elections

Monday 21 March 2016 | 12:48 CET | News
The government closed down all telecommunications services in the Republic of the Congo on 20 March as the polls opened for presidential elections, Agence Ecofin reported. Services are expected to be restored in the evening of 21 March.

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